Tuesday, September 19, 2023

The Younger Generation May Not Be As Brainwashed As We Thought

9/19/23 New York Post:
"Hundreds of students from Pennsylvania’s Perkiomen Valley School District walked out of class Friday after the local school board failed to enact a policy requiring transgender students to use the restroom corresponding with their biological sex.

“Kids were upset. Girls… we wanted to protect them. They were upset. They didn’t want men in their bathroom,” John Ott, who organized the walkout, told FOX News on Monday."

"We wanted to protect them." Someone is learning to be a man.  Women should be able to protect themselves but for thousands of generations humans have bred the idea that Ogg protects the females.  Most cultures, even if they do it imperfectly, also teach this important lesson.  The stronger should protect the weaker.  Throughout human development that has usually been the man protecting his mate and their children.


  1. In 1973, the great science-fiction writer Robert Heinlein gave the James Forrestal Memorial lecture to the Brigade of Midshipmen at the US Naval Academy (his alma mater). If you've never read it, it's here.

    As requested, he talks about being a professional writer, but his main theme is the moral basis for military and naval service (and why a baboon in a tree is an exemplar) . He concludes the lecture with an anecdote about a tragedy that occurred when he was a boy in Kansas CIty. A woman was killed by a train; her husband died trying to save her. So did a passing hobo - a complete stranger.

  2. I have often said, variously, that men should be taught not to rape, and women should be able to protect themselves . . . but in the meantime. . .